- As people with HIV live longer, they want to be able to work, support themselves and contribute to society.
- Studies show that employment is associated with better mental and physical health outcomes among people living with HIV.
Funded by CIHR, this longitudinal community-based research study followed 540 HIV-positive people for two years, tracking their responses to a series of questions about their employment status and health. ECHO questionnaires were administered face-to-face by Peer Research Assistants across Ontario, …
OHTN Senior Affiliated Scientist
Sean B. Rourke uses population health and community-based research approaches to impact HIV policies and front-line services, and to solve complex health problems in partnership with people living with or at risk for HIV/AIDS. He is …
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